Edward Bander, Law librarian emeritus, has published The Hidden History of Essex Law School, a fictional novel about a law librarian who writes two centennial histories of the law school, the real one and the one the dean asks him to write. (Trafford, 2010). Since his retirement in 1990, Bander has written two plays with his daughter, Lida Bander, The Lottery and The Test. He is currently working on a play about people in assisted living.
Adam Glesser, Mathematics. His article “Control of transfer and weak closure in fusion systems” with Antonio Díaz, Nadia Mazza and Sejong Park was published in J. Algebra 323, 2010, no. 2, 382--392.
Erika Gebo and Carolyn Boyes-Watson, Sociology. Their article "Reconceptualizing Organizational Change in the Comprehensive Gang Model" with Sayra Pinto Wilson was published in the Journal of Criminal Justice, June 2010.
Donald Levitan, retired professor of public administration, has published The Massachusetts Millennium (Alrain Books).
Thomas McGrath, Humanities and Modern Languages. His review of "Titian, Tintoretto, and Veronese: Rivals in Renaissance Venice," the exhibition held last year at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, appeared in Renaissance Studies, Vol. 24, No. 3 (Dec. 2009), pp. 437-444.
Sean Solley, Interior Design. His paper “The Second Oldest Profession” was accepted for publication in Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal of Design Theory.
Ronald Suleski, director, Rosenberg Institute for East Asian Studies. His review of the book Homosexuality and Manliness in Postwar Japan was published in The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide, XVII.3, May-June 2010, p.37.